Navajo Handmade Bracelet, Circa 1950s, Villa Grove Turquoise, Stamping, Ingot
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You don't come across pieces like this amazing Navajo bracelet often. It is a wonderful example of turquoise and silver work. The stones are pieces of Villa Grove Turquoise from Colorado that show off an incredible deep blue color with hints of dark matrix. You will find the cluster design a unique creation that goes with the width of the bracelet. Down each side of the bracelet you will find a small butterfly stamp design that is bordered by a traditional arch creation. This artist hammered the silver from an ingot and it has a very good weight. On the backside you will find that the bracelet has been repaired and does have one crack, nothing that should cause a problem. The bracelet was worn by the previous owner and the result is the stunning patina. A great collectible for your growing collection of Navajo silver.
- Inside Circumference (doesn't include gap) - 5 1/4"
- Opening - 1"
- Width - 1"
- Weight – 36.3 grams